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How to administrate groups with the Unix / Linux gpasswd command

The gpasswd command is used to administer groups in Linux and Unix. It writes group information in /etc/group and /etc/gshadow. Because the gpasswd command works with some files located in /etc, it needs to be used with root priviledges. Any

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How to create and delete groups in Linux with groupadd and groupdel

Groups are important in Linux systems. In order to have a well secured distro, you will need to set security rules on both users and groups. The information about the groups is stored in /etc/group. How to create groups in

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